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Latin America: Social Movements in Times of Economic CrisesAugust 17, 2009 The most striking aspect of the prolonged and deepening world recession/depression is the relative and absolute passivity of the working and middle class in the face of massive job losses, big cuts in wages, health care and pension payments and mounting housing foreclosures. The Venezuelan social movements retain their vigor in part because of the encouragement of Chavez' leadership, but the movements are also held back by powerful reformist currents in the regime.
The End of Chavismo? Why Venezuela’s Ruling Party Lost Big, and What Comes NextDecember 10, 2015 ... “This country is in bad shape. It might not be a dictatorship, but it seems like one. We have a lot of ...
Venezuela: Economic War in the Run Up to the ElectionsJuly 6, 2010 ... gone half-way, the small shopkeeper will suffer under the dictatorship of the monopolies and the small peasant will ... gone half-way, the small shopkeeper will suffer under the dictatorship of the monopolies and the small peasant will ...